Encryption Management Server and Encryption Desktop can search key servers using LDAP, LDAPS or USP (PGP Universal Services Protocol). Key servers are configured on the Keys / Keyservers page of the Encryption Management Server administration console.
Encryption Desktop managed by Encryption Management Server will use Encryption Management Server as a proxy to search for keys on its behalf. Key servers can also be added directly to Encryption Desktop.
Symantec Encryption Management Server 3.3.2 MP13 and above.
Symantec Encryption Desktop 10.3.2 MP13 and above.
Encryption Management Server provides several options for accessing the public keys of external users:
Web Email Protection allows external users to upload their PGP key or S/MIME certificate. Encryption Management Server will use these keys or certificates when sending encrypted mail to external users.
The Verified Directory service allows external users to upload their PGP key and search for the public keys of internal users.
External users can upload their PGP key to the PGP Global Directory. Encryption Management Server will search the PGP Global Directory when sending encrypted mail to external users.
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